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speaking to news4 about the local defense jobs that are on the chopping block. >>> how about some football with some real referees. >>> good evening. i'm jim vance. >> i'm doreen gentzler. we're keeping an eye on severe storms moving through our region right now. chief meteorologist doug kammerer is tracking the radar. doug, what's going on? >> we're watching the severe storms just off to the west now, entering portions of fauquier county and close to loudoun county. one down to shenandoah county, frederick county, virginia, very close to the winchester area, and this storm coming through front royal right now, a lot of lightning, and one more storm up here just to the north. this storm we're going to watch very closely. northern fauquier county right now. it's about to enter loudoun county. i wouldn't be surprised if there's a severe thunderstorm warning put in with that county, too. it goes until 6:30 this evening. we continue to watch for these storms. more showers and a few thunderstorms up into portions of the panhandle of west virginia and also through frederick county, mary
of school. defense attorneys are denying that accusation. >>> it's happening again in los angeles. the dreaded carmageddon when california highway officials shut down the 405 freeway. the busiest highway in the country. and this weekend, one stretch of it will be completely closed as part of a $1 billion improvement project. the 405 closed in 2011 as well and drivers did stay away then. but officials say if their warnings are ignored this time, it could lead to backups of up to 100 miles in each direction. >> isn't that just a beltway, though? >> that's often just 405. >> northern virginia there? >> a lot of people listened last time. >> a little damp out there, eh? >> i would almost say bad hair day, but both of you look fantastic this evening. >> well said. >> a little fuzzy. >> i'm trying to get -- trying to score some points here. out there right now, what are we looking at? we're looking at 81 degrees. i didn't get any points? >> no, you got points. you got points. >> yes, i got some points. that will carry me right on into the weekend. a low of 67 in the morning hours. we pi
.s. forces and their afghan army allies. the afghan defense ministry said the battle was a result of a quote, misunderstanding between international forces and afghan soldiers. >> i think the signature attack that we're beginning to see is going to be the insider attack. >> this is something we have to discuss in detail, something that i feel a responsibility to correct. >> more than 50 international security assistants and four service members have been killed this year in attacks between u.s. forces and the afghan counterparts. an investigation is underway into the latest incident. [ yelling ] >> violence in the streets of pakistan after a former lawmaker makes a very strong and disturbing request. the ex pakistani politician told protestors he would pay $200,000 to whoever kills -- kills the u.s. film maker behind the anti-islam film. it is said to mock the prophet mohammed that has caused outrage in the u.s. the man is believed to be living in los angeles. >>> the white house has confirmed a cyber attack on the administration. they are not saying who carried out the attempt. the finger i
't reveal the basis of their appeal this time, but last month the judge rejected several defense claims when hughley was asking for a new trial. >>> a transgendered woman was robbed and sexually assaulted in d.c. now police are looking for her attacker. he struck about 4:45 sunday morning while the victim was walking along 51st street northeast. police say the man hit the victim and sexually assaulted her at knifepoint and stole her purse. >>> the d.c. police union is criticizing a move that would replace 80 uniformed officers with civilians in the department's crime scene branch. chief katherine lanier says the move is a reaction to changing technology and the need for more officers on the street. tom sherwood here now with more on what the chief says the way of the future. >> reporter: jim, there is a lot of new technology and new ways of doing things. police chief kathy lanier is shifting 80 uniformed officers from crime scene analysis, replacing them with all civilian forensic technicians in a fast-changing high-tech world. >> the science has grown dramatically in the last 20 years. and
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